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Mobile World Congress- Global Expansion for Firefox OS
Mozilla Press Centre - Mozilla Announces Global Expansion for Firefox OS
Eighteen major operators welcoming Open Web device initiative; first launch markets announced
Initial devices from Alcatel One Touch, LG and ZTE; Huawei to follow
quote:Mozilla Press Centre - Firefox OS Enables App Discovery without Download and
Barcelona, Spain Mobile World Congress February 24, 2013; 18:05 PM CET
Mozilla today previewed the first commercial build of its Firefox OS open mobile ecosystem and announced new operator rollout plans at a press conference before the start of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The first wave of Firefox OS devices will be available to consumers in Brazil, Colombia, Hungary, Mexico, Montenegro, Poland, Serbia, Spain and Venezuela. Additional markets will be announced soon.
To date, 17 key operators spanning the globe have committed to the open web device initiative: América Móvil, China Unicom, Deutsche Telekom, Etisalat, Hutchison Three Group, KDDI, KT, MegaFon, Qtel, SingTel, Smart, Sprint, Telecom Italia Group, Telefónica, Telenor, TMN and VimpelCom. Telstra is welcoming the Mozilla initiative as an opportunity to deliver an innovative mobile Web experience to their customers. The breadth of operators now backing Mozillas Firefox OS demonstrates significant industry support for a fully-adaptable, unconstrained mobile platform...continue reading.
Firefox Marketplace Unlocks the Power of Web Apps on Mobile Phones
Mozilla Revolutionizes Creation and Consumption of Web Content Firefox Marketplace will offer apps including Cut the Rope, Disney Mobile Games, EA games, Facebook, MTV Brasil, Nokia HERE, SoundCloud and Twitter
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Barcelona, Spain Mobile World Congress Feb. 24, 2013
Mozilla, the mission-based organization dedicated to keeping the power of the Web in peoples hands, today announced Firefox OS will launch with Firefox Marketplace, and a new ability to discover one-time use and downloadable apps to give people a powerful, personalized, speedy and enjoyable smartphone experience while also enabling easy creation, distribution and discovery of HTML5 apps worldwide..continue reading.
Gary Kovacs - Bringing the Worlds Next 2 Billion People Online
I am pleased to be here at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona sharing our plans for Firefox OS with the world. Last year, we showed a vision for what the Web could be on mobile, and this year we are making that vision a reality. On Sunday, we announced widespread industry support for Firefox OS, and I want to thank our dozens of partners for helping to make this possible.
Today, I had the honor of participating in a Mobile World Congress keynote session about bringing the next billions of people online. Currently, less than a third of the worlds population are connected to the Internet. But two billion more people will come online in the next five years, primarily through mobile devices and in emerging markets. Every one of those two billion individuals has a unique voice, and an open system is necessary to help them find it.
It is time to embrace the freedoms and potentials we know about the Web on mobile and give these next billions of users the opportunity to participate and stay connected, on their own terms. Firefox OS will open the Web on mobile devices and become a catalyst for individual and collective progress, everywhere.
Go to the Mozilla Mobile World Congress 2013 website to learn more about what Mozilla is doing at MWC.
CudniLa Merma - VigiladoPremium,MVM
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Cool, lets see how it goes.